To further muddy the waters, there was also a study that showed that testosterone levels were actually increased with megadoses (438 mg/day) of Vitamin E.  However, this study had no control. Plus,. I would urge caution at megadosing alpha-tocopherol, because yet another study showed a decrease in thyroid hormones with megadosing.  One study even showed a slight risk in lung cancer for those taking Vitamin E. 
Never thought the name “Quick Fix” meant anything other than a quick way to address vitamin/mineral deficiency. Looks like a good product. I tried order, but the website order form had problems and there wasn’t customer service available so I gave up and ordered the Garden of Life product…through Amazon of course to support AM. The voice recording for customer service was very strange–sounded like a child pretending to be a robot! Very funny. When I get through my current supply of vitamins, I will likely try to order Quick Fix — looks like a good product.
The main symptoms of vitamin D overdose which are those of hypercalcemia including anorexia , nausea, and vomiting. These may be followed by polyuria , polydipsia , weakness, insomnia, nervousness, pruritus and ultimately renal failure . Furthermore, proteinuria , urinary casts , azotemia , and metastatic calcification (especially in the kidneys) may develop.  Other symptoms of vitamin D toxicity include mental retardation in young children, abnormal bone growth and formation, diarrhea, irritability, weight loss, and severe depression.